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Diamond, Diamond-Like and Related Coatings 1991

P. K. Bachmann

Diamond, Diamond-Like and Related Coatings 1991

Proceedings of the 2nd European Conference , Nice, France, September 1-6, 1991

by P. K. Bachmann

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Published by Elsevier Science Ltd .
Written in English


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ContributionsA. Matthews (Editor)
The Physical Object
Number of Pages660
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7533916M
ISBN 100444896112
ISBN 109780444896117


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Diamond, Diamond-Like and Related Coatings 1991 by P. K. Bachmann Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Diamond, diamond-like, and related coatings, proceedings of the 2nd European Conference on Diamond, Diamond-like, and Related Coatings, Nice, France, September[P K Bachmann; A Matthews;].

Most of his works is related to superlow friction of MoS 2 films and Diamond-like carbon (DLC), in particular through a strong collaboration with the IBM research division (Yorktown Heights, NY).

He paid special attention on understanding the effect of hydrogen Diamond of diamond-like carbon films on their friction behavior in ultra-high : Paperback. Proceedings Diamond-Like and Related Coatings 1991 book the Second European Conference on Diamond, Diamond-like and Related Coatings September • Nice, France Peter K.

Bachmann, Allan Matthews. Diamond‐like Coatings are amorphous carbon based coatings with a high hardness and a low coefficient of friction. Their unique composition and structure results in excellent wear resistance and non‐sticking characteristics. These coatings are thin, chemically inert and have a low surface roughness.

Diamond films grown by activated chemical vapor deposition have superlative thermal, mechanical, optical, and electronic properties combined with a very high degree of chemical inertness to most environments. These properties, together with the ability to fabricate films and shapes of considerableBrand: Springer US.

DIAMOND, DIÄMOND-LIKE AND RELATED COATINGS Proceedings of the 2nd European Conference on Diamond, Diamond-like and Related Coatings, Nice, France, SeptemberEditors P.

BACHMANN A. MATTHEWS AMSTERDAM - LONDON - NEW YORK - TOKYO. Diamond-like carbon (DLC) is a class of amorphous carbon material that displays some of the typical properties of is usually applied as coatings to other materials that could benefit from some of those properties.

DLC exists in seven different forms. All seven contain significant amounts of sp 3 hybridized carbon atoms. The reason that there are different types is that even diamond. NATO Advanced Study Institute on Diamond and Diamond-like Films and Coatings ( Castelvecchio Pascoli, Italy). Diamond and diamond-like films and coatings.

New York: Plenum Press, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors. from to °C. Deposition of diamond at temperatures below °C has also been demonstrated but growth rates are reduced significantly and the amount of non-diamond precursors in these coatings is increased (Hatta and Hiraki, ).

Hydrogen is extremely important for the synthesis of high-quality diamond coatings in most CVD processes. Diamond and Diamond-Like Films and Coatings (NATO Science Series: B: Physics, Volume ) [Clausing, Robert E., Horton, Linda L., Angus, John C., Koidl, Peter] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Diamond and Diamond-Like Films and Coatings (NATO Format: Hardcover. Chromium nitride, titanium nitride, TiAlN, diamond-like carbon film, and others were successfully deposited on Mg alloys using PVD (Chen, Huang et al., ; Zhang, Yang, Cui, Lee, & Lee, ).The major challenges encountered in PVD of various types of coatings on Mg alloys were the control of deposition temperature and achieving good adhesion of the coatings.

Diamond is an attractive material for use in many applications where wear and corrosion resistance or high-thermal conductivity are important. Recent developments in the deposition of poly crystalline diamond (and amorphous diamond-like carbon) coatings have opened up a range of new by: Since their initial discovery, Diamond Like Carbon films have enjoyed an overwhelming interest from both the scientific and industrial community.

This book highlights some of the most important structural, chemical, mechanical and tribological characteristics of DLC films. It is particularly dedicated to the fundamental tribological issues that impact the performance and durability of these 5/5(1). Custom finishing manufacturer. Casidiam®, hard carbon (DLC) & diamond like coating services available.

Properties of hard carbon thin film coatings include electrical insulation, thermal conductivity, lubricity, wear resistance & corrosion resistance and are composed of nano-crystalline diamond &.

DLC Coating stands for diamond-like carbon coating, and is a nanocomposite coating that has unique properties of natural diamond low friction, high hardness, and high corrosion resistance. DLC coatings can have different structures and properties that rely on the ratio of SP 3 (diamond) and SP 2 (carbon) or other fillers like hydrogen, silicon.

Most of his works is related to superlow friction of MoS 2 films and Diamond-like carbon (DLC), in particular through a strong collaboration with the IBM research division (Yorktown Heights, NY).

He paid special attention on understanding the effect of hydrogen content of diamond-like carbon films on their friction behavior in ultra-high : $ vi GROWTH AND CHARACTERIZATION OF DIAMOND AND DIAMOND LIKE CARBON FILMS WITH INTERLAYER Roja Gottimukkala ABSTRACT Diamond and diamond-like carbon films, with their exceptionally good mec hanical, chemical, and optical properties, are the best materials as prote ctive hard coatings for electronic devices and cutting tools.

The stress-free coatings are harder than any known coating, except for crystalline diamond. Because they are stress-free, the coatings have also been used to create very thin, large-area, free-standing membranes.

"The stress-free coatings represent a major advance over other types of diamond coatings," says Sandia researcher Tom Friedmann ( Diamond-like carbon coatings enhance the hardness and resilience of bearing surfaces for use in joint arthroplasty Article in Acta biomaterialia 6(4) October with 50 Reads.

The effects of film thickness on the tribological behavior have been investigated for hydrogen-free diamond-like carbon coating in this paper. The film was deposited on cemented carbide substrate (YG10C) by applying a high power impulse magnetron sputtering (HiPIMS) technique.

The reciprocating ball on the disc test was conducted on the film with different thicknesses from ~ μm Author: Biao Huang, Qiong Zhou, Er-geng Zhang. The International Conference on Diamond and Carbon Materials has evolved into the largest and most well attended forum in the field of diamond, providing a forum to showcase the latest results in the science and technology of diamond and other carbon materials such as carbon nanotubes, graphene, and diamond-like carbon.

In addition to diamond, the journal publishes manuscripts on the synthesis, characterization and application of other related materials including diamond-like carbons, carbon nanotubes, graphene, and boron and carbon nitrides.

Articles are sought on the chemical functionalization of. Kübel, E. (), ‘ New developments in chemically vapour deposited coatings from an industrial point of view ’, Surface and Coatings Technol – Kumagai, H. (), Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on CVD, Electrochemical Society, USA, – Author: P.

Dearnley. Proceedings of the 2nd European Conference on Diamond, Diamond-like and Related Coatings, Nice, France, September Diamond and Related Materials, 1,A Dehbi-Alaoui and A Matthews, "Process Parameters and Directional Effects on the Optical Properties of Carbon Films Grown by Plasma Assisted PVD", Diamond and Related.

35 List of R eferences [1] Safa Kasap, Peter Capper, Handbook of electronic and photonic mate rials, S pringer science+business media inc., ISBN 0 5 [2] Robert F.

Davis, diamond films and coatings: development, properties, and applications, Noyes publications, ISBN 0 2 [3] Karl E. Spear, John P. Dismukes. Metal containing hydrogenated diamond-like carbon coatings (Me-DLC, Me = Al, Ti, or Nb) of 3 ± μm thickness were deposited by a magnetron sputtering-RFPECVD hybrid process in an Ar/H2/C2H2 mixture.

The composition and structure were investigated by Energy Dispersive X-ray Spectroscopy (EDS), X-ray Diffraction (XRD), X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS), and Raman by: 3.

Diamond and Diamond-like Films and Coatings Max N. Yoder (auth.), Dr. Robert E. Clausing, Dr. Linda L. Horton, Prof. John C. Angus, Prof.

Peter Koidl (eds.) Diamond films grown by activated chemical vapor deposition have superlative thermal, mechanical, optical, and electronic properties combined with a very high degree of chemical. Characterization of Diamond and Diamond-like Films P.

Chalker Review of Cubic BN and Related Materials R. С DeVries PART II - DIAMOND-LIKE FILMS Classification Diamond-like Hydrocarbon and Carbon Films J. Angus and Y. Wang Growth Preparation Techniques for Diamond-like Carbon Y. Catherine. Part one provides a clear introduction to diamond based materials for medical applications.

Functionalization of diamond particles and surfaces is discussed, followed by biotribology and biological behaviour of nanocrystalline diamond coatings, and blood compatibility of diamond-like carbon coatings.

CiteScore: ℹ CiteScore: CiteScore measures the average citations received per document published in this title. CiteScore values are based on citation counts in a given year (e.g.

) to documents published in three previous calendar years (e.g. – 14), divided by the number of documents in these three previous years (e.g. – 14). While the book does not have a specific application focus, cardiovascular devices seem to get slightly more attention with a dedicated chapter (Chapter 5 ‘Cardiovascular Interventional and Implantable Devices’) and several chapters on related topics, for example surface engineering, diamond like carbon (DLC) coatings and cell-cell.

Diamond & Related Materials 20 () – ⁎ Tel.: +49 Micro Electromechanical Systems (MEMS), tribological coatings etc. Nanocrystalline diamond exhibits many of the superior properties of diamond; those it does not are due to crystal size limitations. one of the Diamond-Like-Carbon (DLC) families, has many.

Buy Tribology of Diamond-like Carbon Films: Fundamentals and Applications Softcover reprint of hardcover 1st ed. by Donnet, Christophe, Erdemir, Ali (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Paperback. This paper reviewed the infrared uses of diamond-like carbon thin films and the potential uses of synthetic diamond layers.

Diamond-like carbon is used widely as a protective anti-reflection coating for exposed germanium infrared windows and lenses and as thin protective coatings for Author: Alan H. Lettington.

@article{osti_, title = {Handbook of Tribology: Materials, coatings, and surface treatments}, author = {Bhushan, B and Gupta, B K}, abstractNote = {This book provides an introduction to tribological principles as well as all types of coatings, surface treatments and modifications.

The first chapter provides an overview of the various types of lubricants. Diamond is a solid form of the element carbon with its atoms arranged in a crystal structure called diamond room temperature and pressure, another solid form of carbon known as graphite is the chemically stable form, but diamond almost never converts to it.

Diamond has the highest hardness and thermal conductivity of any natural material, properties that are utilized in major Crystal class: Hexoctahedral (m3m), H-M symbol: (4/m.

Tungsten-doped diamond-like carbon (DLC) coatings have been magnetron sputtered onto steel blocks with chromium and chromium / tungsten carbide compound interlayers. The surface finish (Ra) of the substrate before deposition was to : Jeries Abou-Hanna, John Carlson, José Lozano.

beam applications in engineered materials The application of beam technologies to produce new materials and components, other than microelectronics, is not a new development.

This chapter reviews the function of beams in the development of coatings and surface modification and the formation of net shapes, composites, nanophases, and optical.

Diamond & Related Materials 20 () – ☆☆ Presented at the Diamond21st European Conference on Diamond, Diamond- Like Materials, Carbon Nanotubes, and Nitrides, Budapest. ⁎ Corresponding author. Tel.: +81 29 ; fax: +81 29 E-mail address: [email protected] (D.

Takeuchi). A method for synthesizing diamond which includes flowing together a gaseous carbon source and a gaseous hydrogen source to form an at least partially turbulent mixture.

The at least partially turbulent mixture is excited to form an at least partially turbulent reactive species which is reacted to form a deposition species.

A substrate is disposed in the deposition species while maintaining the Cited by:. Humidity effect on friction behaviors of nano-undulated diamond-like carbon films Jin Woo Yia,b, Se Jun Parka, Myoung-Woon Moona,⁎, Kwang-Ryeol Leea, Seock-Sam Kimb a Future Fusion Technology Laboratory, Korea Institute of Science and Technology, SeoulSouth Korea b School of Mechanical Engineering, Kyungpook National University, DaeguSouth Korea.

Tribology of diamond-like carbon films: recent progress and future prospects. Carbon is also used in the synthesis of numerous hard coatings including diamond, diamond-like carbon (DLC), carbon nitride, transition metal carbides and boron carbide.

researchers have pursued two complementary or closely-related by: Diamond has been grown on single‐crystal beryllium oxide by hot‐filament chemical‐vapor deposition. The diamond particles were characterized by Raman spectroscopy, and the morphology and microstructure investigated by scanning electron microscopy and plan‐view and cross‐sectional transmission electron microscopy.

Diamond grew epitaxially on the basal plane of BeO with the Cited by: